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Uncertain what major or career to pursue? Unhappy in your current major?
The Academic Advising and Career Exploration Center (AACE) can help! Counselors can help students identify interests, abilities, values and personality types. Equipped with this knowledge, an individual can then develop an appropriate, effective career path.
AACE also provides career exploration workshops, a career information library, vocational and career exploration inventories and the following:
Academic Advising and Career Exploration CenterCareer decision-making process, Career-related links.
Academic Majors at Fort Hays State UniversityVisit FHSU academic department web sites to learn more about academic majors at FHSU.
Career ServicesOnline link to Career Services at Fort Hays State University.
What Can I Do With A Major In. . .
Personality: Character and TemperamentKeirsey Temperament Sorter questionnaire, extensive personality-related information.
My Next MoveMy Next Move was developed by the U.S. Department of Labor and provides students the opportunity to search careers by "I want to be a ..." and "I'll know it when I see it". An interest inventory is also available for students that are unsure of their career path.
Research Colleges and Universities
American Association of Community Colleges
Peterson’sA comprehensive guide to college information.
Career Exploration Resources
America's Career InfoNetTrends in the U.S. Job Market -- Cool Site!
College Board - Majors & Careers CentralExplore profiles on majors and careers; find the hottest careers for college graduates and major myths.
CTI Career SearchInfo and Analysis on US Places, Careers, Colleges, and Career Stories from people working in the industry.
Dictionary of Occupational TitlesList of job titles and descriptions.
Inside Career InfoInside Career Info provides descriptions of what actually happens in the job, what professionals like and dislike about their career, tips and advice for getting into a specific career, education and previous experience relevant to the career and insights that may not be obvious to an outside observer.
O*netDeveloped by the US Department of Labor to help find occupations, skills and information related to jobs.
Occupational Outlook HandbookDescribes what workers do, working conditions, training/education needed, earnings and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.
Military CareersFind information on military career fields, the entry process, skills training, life after serving, career profiles and FAQs.
myFUTURE.comSearch careers by type, industry, field of study and career trait. You will also find tools, checklists and career "Top lists.
Peace CorpsInformation on volunteer and employment opportunities in the Peace Corps.
Science CareersLearn about the advantages and disadvantages to pursuing a career in any of the science fields (life science, behavior science, engineering, physical science and earth science.
US Department of LaborInformation on wages, statistics and disabled workers.